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Presenter:-

A man must have principles, and must live and die by these principles.

He must never ever strike up a conversation about anything other than
sport during sport. Shhh Kevin.

He should know the right tool for the job, and the right tool is always
the most powerful.

His cupboard is his business, and his alone.

He should be able to fix anything with duck tape.

He knows no haircut is worth more than £5 - scientific fact.

He hasn't made a mistake when there's a part left over; it simply never
existed.

Any attempt at facial hair must be applauded, literally. Well done son.

And he must never eat a bacon sandwich, without the big bold flavour of
HP sauce. Makes a sandwich a manwich. Yes.

Voiceover - HP - a sauce of manliness.

 

!Note - 

HP, the UK's no. 1 brown sauce has been adding oomph to your favourite dishes since 1903. The original recipe was invented and developed in 1899 by Frederick Gibson Garton, a grocer from Nottingham. Garton sold the recipe for the sum of £150 to settle a debt with Edwin Samson Moore, the founder of the Midlands Vinegar Company, who launched what we know and love today as HP Sauce.

If you didn't know, HP stands for 'Houses of Parliament' as it was rumoured the sauce was used in the restaurant there, back at the turn of the 20th century.

Since then the sauce has become so popular that a whopping 28 million bottles are consumed in a year - if the bottles were stacked on top of each other, they would reach the same height as 6,189 Houses of Parliaments!

Can you spot the homophones in this ad?

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